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Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week returns September 23-29, with more than 45 participants

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week will once again bring an exclusive, local dining experience to the tri-state.

A collection of Greater Cincinnati restaurants will offer $26 and $36 three-course prix fixe menus the week of September 23-29, extending locals and foodies the opportunity to take a culinary tour of their city while trying new restaurants and old favorites. 

Restaurant Week also offers them the chance to dine out while doing good.

The restaurants and guests who participated in this past spring’s Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week helped raise over $23,000 for Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

Restaurant Week is doing it again: $1 of every meal purchased during fall Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week (Sept. 23-29) will be donated to Cincinnati Children’s.

Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week, sponsored by Maker’s Mark and Tito’s Handmade Vodka, also encourages restaurants to offer specialty cocktails throughout the week to enjoy with your meal. 

The event, which includes four Northern Kentucky establishments, is designed to drive economic impact to the local dining scene and gives participating restaurants the opportunity to attract first-time customers.

New to Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week this fall are D. Burnham’s at the Renaissance, Eighteen at the Radisson, Indian Spice Train, Meritage Restaurant, Salazar, Sartre OTR, Sorrento’s Italian Joint and The View at Shires’ Garden.

The full list of participating restaurants includes (Northern Kentucky Restaurants in Bold): 

Alfio’s Buon Cibo, Basil’s on Market, BrewRiver Creole Kitchen, Brown Dog Café, Butcher and Barrel, Capital Grille, Chart House, Ché, Cooper’s Hawk, Coppin’s, Cozy’s Café + Pub, D. Burnham at the Renaissance, Eighteen at the Radisson, Ember’s, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Golden Lamb, Indian Spice Train, Jag’s Steak & Seafood, LouVino, Matt the Miller’s Tavern, McCormick & Schmick’s, Meritage Restaurant, Metropole, Mita’s, Mitchell’s Fish Market, Morton’s The Steakhouse, Muse in Mt. Lookout, The National Exemplar, Nicola’s, Parkers Blue Ash Tavern, Pleasantry OTR, Primavista, Pompilio’s, Prime, Quarter Bistro, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Salazar, Sartre OTR, Somm Wine Bar, Sorrento’s Italian Joint, Street City Pub, Taste of Belgium, The Mercer, The View at Shires’ Garden, Trio Bistro and Via Vite.

Event Info:

●       Date: September 23-29

●       Cost: 3-course prix fixe menus for $26 & $36

●       Age: This is an all-ages event. Some locations may be 21+

●       Menus: Available at www.greatercincinnatirestaurantweek.com

Get a taste of Restaurant Week early at Meet the Chefs on Thursday, September 5 at Fueled Collective in Rookwood Exchange.

Sample Maker’s Mark cocktails and dishes made by local chefs from participating Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week restaurants.

Guests will also have the opportunity to engage in a Q&A with chefs, hosted by WWE Ring Announcer Greg Hamilton.

For more information about Greater Cincinnati Restaurant Week and to view participating restaurants menus, click here.

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